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Cumberland Falls, near Cumberland Gap, Tenn.-Ky.-Va. (Printed verso reads: "Cumberland Falls. The Falls are located twenty (20) miles west of Corbin, Ky., in Cumberland Falls State Park and can be easily reached over a State-maintained road recently finished., Cumberland Falls is sometimes called `Kentucky's Niagara.' The Falls are about sixty-eight feet in height, average width about 125 feet. The tremendous volume of water that passes over the falls at times creates a roar and a mist of a young Niagara. The moonbow seen from the falls during full moon on clear nights is a natural phenomenon occurring in only two place in the world - Victoria Falls in Southern Africa and Cumberland Falls in Kentucky." No Postmark)

Part of Postcard Collection, circa 1890-1990

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